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defense zone over islands that tokyo also claims. he said the u.s. is "deeply concerned." the vice president travels to china tomorrow. we'll focus on what's fueling the tensions in the east china sea later in the program. protests eased today in thailand as the prime minister ordered police to avoid new confrontations with demonstrators demanding her ouster. days of violence had left four people dead and more than 250 hurt. we have a report from jonathan sparks of independent television news in bangkok. >> reporter: for three days, anti-government protestors and thai police waged war in the center of bangkok. today, however, the barricades came down and the two sides shook hands. flowers were exchanged and tears were shed, and the police got out of the way. the protestors tried to take this government complex by force. this morning, however, they simply walked in. >> ( translated ): i think we've won. it feels like victory. i think we've 90% won it now. >> reporter: but there was a problem: the protestors may have occupied the lawn outside the prime minister's office, but yingluck
circumvent through famine have afghans defense ministers on a security agreement that would allow u.s. troops to stay in the country past next year. the spokesman of hamid karzai says he would not promote any of his ministers to sign in his place my certain demands are met, including a demand to change military operation. any major blow to hezbollah. one of its top military leaders gunned down outside of his home in a busy beirut suburb. has bloke was quick to blame israel for the assassination and israel denied any involvement in the death of the terrorist. in the ukraine, more protest over closer ties with russia and reduction of a trade agreement. russia urging stability and order, while the obama administration is not getting involved at all. apparently because of fears provoking a fracture with vladimir putin. vice president joe biden making no direct comments after meeting with the chinese leaders in beijing over the air zone dispute in the south china sea. the vice president called for trust calls for an operation. here we have the administration's response with what is continued risin
. and there is increasing concern about the new air defense zone that china has declared over disputed territory in the east china sea. joining me now to discuss this and more, former cia and nsa director michael hayden, and, general, welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> good morning, chris. >> do you look at the new six-month deal with iran as a reasonable first step to test their intentions or do you worry that it leaves too much of iran's nuclear activity and infrastructure in place? >> well, it is not like we had a whole lot of good choices with regard to iran and their nuclear program, chris. and i'm willing to let this deal kind of run. but let's be honest with ourselves, all right. we have accepted iranian uranium enrichment. there is no question about that. that's a different red line than we used to have. i understand that. that may be a result of the facts that have changed on the ground. >> let me stop you for a second. because john kerry would sit here right now and he would say there is nothing in the agreement, we do not recognize their right to enrich. >> well, actually, it says in the
of his defense of that claim, karl? >> i thought it was ludicrous. the president said if you like your doctor you can keep your doctor period. he didn't say you will have to pay a lot more to keep your doctor unmy plan. frankly from the very beginning, one of the principle assumptions of obamacare is, that there are too many choices. that people have too many choices when it comes to ininsurance policies. so let's make them all look-alike. and you have too many choices when it comes to doctors and providers. so let's do thing in the design of the law that necessarily limit the number of providers and number of doctors you will have access to. that necessarily means the president was absolutely lying when he said if you like your doctor you can keep your doctor. bill: full-throated defense, karl. people aren't stupid. wallace said the president guaranteed me i could keep my doctor. emanuel said, if you want to, you can pay for it. >> exactly. you can have anything you want as you come up with the jack for it. look, this is why i'm amazed, first of all they try to defend it. the presiden
the best defense is a good offense. that's what the president was doing today. challenging his opponents to come up with a better system. from the beginning of the healthcare debate talking points suggested that congress pass limited targeted laws to address unfairness in the system. things like allowing healthcare insurance companies to compete nationwide the increased competition would drive down costs things like free healthcare clinics for the uninsured where he they could just walk in and get whatever help they needed. but president obama didn't want that he wanted income redistribution along with healthcare access. and the only way to do that, to take money from the haves and give it to the have notes is to impose a government-run healthcare system and that's what we have. the feds dictate the coverage, the cost, and the sign-up plans. the problem is many working americans will have to pay more and some doctors will not participate. the end result, the economy gets hurt, doctors become harder to see. mr. obama didn't address either of those things today and they are crucial in the
that both parties want to avoid if they can. to reduce it, republicans want to cut the defense cuts from $17 billion in the plan down to just $3 billion next year while democrats want to restore some medical research money and some money for about $38 billion in additional spending over that 8967 figure you see -- 967 figure you see at the top, most of it with cuts to health care and as well as the sale of some broadcast spectrum. jenna? jenna: now that we can all look forward to friday the 13th, carl, what are the chances that a deal will actually be passed before the break? >> reporter: well, their deadline revealed is friday the 13th. if you look at the calendar, there are five weeks before january 15th when the government will shut down if it's not properly funded. the senate's still on thanksgiving break from last week or a week and a half ago, and in the four weeks, five weeks that are there, take out holidays and weekends, and there's really only five days, five days when the senate and house are simultaneously in the capitol to craft these deals. the funding of the government's not t
health issues, just to name a few, as well as our defense industry. there's no longer any room in these budgets to accommodate all of these expenses just to pay what we need to pay to keep these programs going. that is why we have to say sequestration has got to go, and that is why the next nine days you'll hear more and more speak about sequestration and the fact that we must act on it. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back her time. for what purpose does the gentleman from virginia seek recognition? mr. moran: to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for one minute. mr. moran: the safe climate caucus has brought to the house floor the reality and the ramifications of climate change. there was a recent report from three very reputable think tanks entitled "the arab spring" and "climate change." let me quote from a couple of the troubling and illuminating conclusions. a prolonged and severe drought during the winter of 2010 in china contributed to global wheat shorta
graham is a liar, she tried to cover up his death but defense says that graham was a scared 22-year-old who panicked and now that cody fell but only after she tried to protect herself during an argument. johnson and graham dated more than a year. some friends didn't approve and many describe graham as immature and socially inhe want -- inept. he grabbed her arm, she fought loose and he fell off the cliff in glacier national park. but that admission came only after a series of lies, including these. first graham told police she hadn't seen cody for days after the two went for police -- for church on sunday. after his death, she was texting friends about her dance moves. prosecutors say she created false email account from an imaginary person saying that johnson had gone hiking and fell to his death. then she led police directly to the murder scene and miraculously found his body 200 feet below. now, police call this first degree premeditated murder, that graham pushed her husband in the back and away he went. he may have also been blindfolded. this piece of black cloth was found nea
kits on theory a lot of people were too scared of this, some of this during time only defense against spreading the disease was to know you had it and stop spreading it. gerri: that is what is so en so insulting to me, i am not grown up enough to inper trette this with a professional. i think this is daddy government, trying to tell me what to do, it is annoying. >> there is a precedent on this, for a time fda had a project to rank medical journals this decide which could could distributed died by drug compans and which could not. now, several judges have concluded, i think correctly, you can't constitutionally do that. i think the same issues arise here, at last stage they are not regulating a scientific processor a plastic cup, they are trying to regulate how people think and react. >> i want to ask you about the broader issue. brings this data together is critical to solving disease, to fixing people, making them live longer, and the fda wants to stand in the way of that? >> i don't think they consciously want to. drug companies are really good if you show them a molecule inside, t
creation of an air defense identification zone on november 23. it is china's right to create such a zone. it is not a no-fly zone. it is not a zone in which the chinese are necessarily threatening to use force, but it is a zone in which traffic is monitored. thishinese announced basically by attaching some conditions to it. the international aircraft flying into the zone would identify their planes, their path. it was mandatory notification. air defense zones generally speaking did not require mandatory identification unless you are going to the country which has created his own. it was not the creation of the zone that created the problem. it was the conditions the chinese attached to that zone, the mandatory character of them. particular,tates in but other countries, this is a highly traveled air corridor. the fact there were conditions attached to it was very bothersome. the other thing is the chinese created this air defense zone that included airspace over contested islands with japan. inally the modus operandi creating these zones is to negotiate where you have overlapped or contes
here. what the defense wants from potential jurors in the case. we are live to update you on that story. also, high-tech planes create a new challenge for pilots even though computer systems on board are supposed to keep us safer while we fly. it may be having an opposite effect in some cases. more about that coming up. jenna: new developments in the retrial of convicted murderer jodi arias. social media playing a big role in a hearing today. live with the latest on this. >> jodi arias you will recall was sentenced in may for the gruesome murder of her boyfriend travis alexander in his home in the phoenix suburb. but the jury could not agree on a sentence to a second penalty phase was ordered with a new jury you have to be chosen. prosecutors want the death penalty. the defense is already trying to sequester the jury. banning updates from the courtroom. but it raises new legal ground. the defense wants permission to ask prospective jurors for the usernames on the twitter feeds. they want to know if jurors have tweeted about jodi arias in the past. one court expert says it is not a big i
. the motion is agreed to. the clerk will report the nomination. the clerk: department of defense, debra lee james virginia, to be secretary of the air force. mr. reid: i send a cloture motion to the desk. the presiding officer: the clerk will report the cloture motion. the clerk: cloture motion. we the undersigned senators in accordance with the provisions of rule 22 of the standing rules of the senate hereby move to bring to a close the debate on the nomination of deborah lee james of virginia to be secretary of the air force signed by 19 senators as follows. mr. reid: i ask unanimous consent the reading of the names be waived. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. reid: i move to proceed to legislative session. the presiding officer: the question is on the motion to proceed. all those in favor say aye. all those opposed say nay. the ayes appear to have it. the ayes do have it. the motion is agreed to. mr. reid: i move to proceed to executive session to consider calendar number 444. the presiding officer: the question is on the motion to proceed. all those in favor say aye. all tho
advertising category. it's for a company called daniel defense. it ran this commercial last year regionally in atlanta. you won't see it this year at the super bowl. i wonder why. watch. >> in my family safety is my highest priority. i am responsible for their protection. and no one has the right to tell me how to defend them. so i've chosen the most effective tool for the job. >> daniel defense. defending your nation, defending your home. >> that gun is in the spot and that print u about it's nowhere else. but that is their logo. >> what they have offered is said we'll get rid of the gun and just put an american flag instead. >> has that been accepted? >> no. still won't go for that. >> it's not fox turning it down. it's fox in the nfl has told to us turn it down. >> according to a statement from fox, the daniel defense quote here, unfortunately we can not accept your commercial in football super bowl spots due to the rules. the nfl itself set into place for your company's category. so certainly they feel like they're tied behind their back. but these regulations are preventing this commer
be unemployment attached to eliminating this perk and the director of the defense agency says they've already cut their budget by $700 million since 1993. other military services on the chopping block include the pentagon channel which hosts shows like grill sergeants, a half hour cooking show featuring some of the top chefs as they guide viewers through step by step menu preparation and how to shop there. stars and stripes newspaper may also face cuts along with armed forces radio and television which broadcasts football games and news for service members overseas. their subsidies include 51.6 million dollars for american forces radio and television service, $6.1 for the pentagon channel and $7.8 million for stars and stripes. all of this, some say, a drop in the bucket when you consider what the pentagon is budgeting for fuel for the afghan military alone this year. more than $125 million. and $4 billion it's budgeted to support the afghan military this year alone. but budget hawks say that in the era of costco and sam's club, the commissi commisary may be o they can't afford. jon: thank you. j
. some contend that the president's decision not to defend the defense of marriage act violated the clause and in fact the president made a judgment subsequently vindicated by the united states supreme court that the act was unconstitutional. but while the case was pending, he continued to comply with the law. the president's decision not to defend the law wasn't novel and indeed the congress itself recognized this possibility. congress understood that sometimes the administration's duty to take care that the law be faithfully executed might include recognizing that a particular statute is unconstitutional. the constitution as we are told is the supreme law of the land. presidents are required to follow it. so past administrations have exercised their discretion not to defend the law they have deemed unconstitutional. for example, the acting solicitor general at the time, john roberts, now the chief justice of the united states refused to defend the law that he believed to be unconstitutional in the case of natural broadcasting versus the fcc. chief justice roberts argued that t
systems, with contractors, with high-ranking officials. different things within the defense department are usually cordoned off in situations like this. it is easy to chop the number of troops, easy to chop benefits. the one upside here is the pentagon is finally talking about long-term cost savings. they haven't had to. we're in a new environment. $17 trillion in debt. we've got to be more smart about how we spend pentagon dollars. but looking to commissaries as a place to start is the wrong place to start. let's look at everything but let's look at auditing the pentagon, finding the fat within the budget. let's look at the way we acquire weapons systems. there's billions in overruns and decades in delays in weapons systems. let's look at that before we look at military benefits and pay. >> i'm reading a third of the employees at these commissaries are military spouses. 30%. >> yes. >> that's another level of hits. >> these are community centers in many ways. the commissaries, the p.x.'s are the places where military families shop for a lot of different goods, where families work. if
organizations. they turn to groups funded by the tides foundation. mexican-american legal defense fund, latino justice. all of the demonstrated organizations with hostility toward immigration law are now the source of dozens of new lawyers inside the department of homeland security. this administration knows the personnel policy. if you don't want laws enforced go hire lawyers who don't like immigration laws. >> be specific. can you name names? >> we do. the article names dozens of lawyers with their photographs that we obtained the biographical information for. let's talk about two. the first the jennifer lee. jennifer lee came from an organization that was militantly open borders. when she was there they published a pamphlet to give to illegals entitled "what to do in the event of a raid" and it gave advice to people here illegally how to behave if they come calling. now jennifer lee is working at drk hs. this organization was hostile to dhs as a source of new employees. there is an attorney named maura wee. she worked for the aclu immigrant rights project. when she was there she wrote conde
that the decision not to defend the defense of marriage act violated the take care clause. in fact, the president made a subsequently vindicated by the united states supreme that the act was unconstitutional. pending, hese was continued to comply with the law. decision not to defend the law was not novel. indeed, congress itself recognized this possibility. congress understood that sometimes the administration's duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed might include recognizing that a particular statute is unconstitutional. the constitution is as we are article 6 of the constitution, the supreme law of the land. presidents are required to follow it. past administrations have discretion not that they have deemed unconstitutional. example, the acting solicitor general at the time, roberts, now the chief justice of the united states, refused to defend a law that he unconstitutional in the 1990 case of metzer broadcasting versus the fcc. chief justice roberts argued providing for minority preferences in broadcasting was unconstitutional. despite supreme court resident cedent, he argued
as you turn to me and say, take my breath away. martha: there we go. defense secretary chuck hagel has a former top gun as his new wingman. christine fox will take over as acting deputy defense secretary starting today. she was reportedly the inspiration for the kelly mcgillis character in top gun back in 1986. she helped the navy develop tactics for defending aircraft carriers and instructed some of the young, hot shot pilots, but she says she was never romantically involved with any of those pilots, for the record. that is very interesting. and we are having a debate here about whether orç not top gun s a good movie, is a bad movie or is a good bad movie which is its own very special category. bill: so is it a, b or c? martha: i think it's a good bad movie. you can't help yourself. if it's on, you're going to want to watch it -- bill: cheese factor was pretty high though. give me that, right? [laughter] martha: it's not often that bill calls out the cheese factor, but he did. bill: police in mexico recovering a stolen truck packed with radioactive medical equipment after a gunman s
are worried about the readiness of the defense budget i think if you cut this deal you will see it get through the finish line. it will just be bought till between the deal and the completion of those votes. dagen: please come back soon. be well. dagen: thank you. connell: 52% think they will scale back the bond buying program in 2014. nine out of 10 believe the purchases will slow next year, these numbers are according to the latest survey. with more, chief equity strategist. it is always good to see you. is the big market question. before we talk about where people should be putting their money and everything else, what is your take on feds tapering and the timing of it? >> sooner rather than later. the economic releases we have been receiving to include employment report last friday certainly point in the direction the one remaining element they could complain about his inflation is below the target, so that could cause a pause behind the december meeting. but they may even finish during the course of 2014, that would be great news. connell: we did the phrase of how everybody is data depend
defenses down and former secretaries of state kissinger and schulz lay out the strategy to stop the iranian marched to a nuclear break up. judith miller, dr. while the ferris join us. also, the latest math, reading and is tied -- science test scores of u.s. students revealing the new promise of a new age of american exceptional as an. the shocking statistics for you in tonight's "chalk talk". we're coming right back. ♪ president obama pushing his troubled health care plan. and he says no matter how much it stinks', it is not going to be repealed. we will be taking that up with congressman and dr. paul brown it has a diagnosis of his own next. ♪ as a business owner, i'm constantly putting out fires. so i deserve a small business credit card with amazing rewards. with the spark cascard from capital one, i get 2% cash back on ery purchase, every day. i break my back around here. finally soone's recognizing me with unlimited rewards! meetings start at 11, cind [ male announcer get the spark business card from capital one. choose 2% cash back or double miles on every purchase, every d. what'
the territorial claims and the air defense zone and kissinger and schulz lay out the strategy toy stop byo regions march to a nuclear breakout. also the latest math reading and science test scores of u.s. students with the new of american exceptional is somne and we will of the shocking statistics in the chalk talk. we will be right back. >> obama pushes the troubled health care plan. he says the matter how much it stinks it will not bewe repealed. we will talk to our guests who have a diagnosis of their own. next. [ male announcer ] here's a question for you. if every u.s. home replaced one light bulb with a compact fluorescent bulb, the energy saved could light how many homes? 1 million? 2 million? 3 million? the answer is... 3 million homes. by 2030, investments in energefficiency could help americans save $300 billion each year. take the energy quiz. energy lis here. [announcer]...if you think the best bed for one of you might be a compromise for the other one... [woman]ask me about our tempur-pedic. [announcer] they're sleeping on the newest tempur-pedic bed... the new tempur choice... [man]t
loud that century link field actually went seismic. late in the first quarter defensive linemen michael bennett returned a fumble 22 yards, the fans cheered so loud that they're jumping up and down registered as out minor earthquake. if an earthquake wasn't enough, seahawks fans get in the guinness book of world records for a lot of clout war with the reading of 127 decibels. lori: i wonder what that experience is like, the entire stadium shakes because of your performance. adam: on the subway, people say get this thing moving. lori: something just as loud. the top picks for names this year, we will tell you who's number one for girls and boys. adam: when you don't want anyone to know your name, the apps that in procured text, photos and videos. walker's co-founder will tell us he doesn't want you to know what she looks like. >> your fox news minute. the engineers of doubt before the fatal suburban new york train accident. they're trying to determine whether faulty brakes or human error caused the derailment. four were killed and 60 injured when a train came off the tracks at a high-spe
with these hassles people are facing and the cost pressures folks are facing. >> the defense of the video contest winner, she means forget about the price tag, as if the price tag won't matter, of its it's so affordable you won't have to worry about your healthcare costs anybody, but you're right, this is about two sides of the ledger. when obama cars promise -- obamacare -- we have to look at the costs and the colorado are significant, especially for young adults to the american academy of act wares say 80% of people under the age of 30 will pay more for obamacare and that is taking into account the sub days. >> i'm delighted to hear the winning song does not bash fox but if you play it backwards, i'm told it says, fox is bad, fox is bad. >>> it's a news musical pitch but is not able to win them over and not winning recruits of trying to use thattic star -- athletic starts and hollywood stars, then what? >> well, i think it comes down to personal experience. the personal experiences that people have while trying to sign up for health insurance, whether it's threw the web site or on phone. what p
. this contradicts the defense' argument that johnson fell by accident during a fight. we'll watch that case for you. and those are your headlines on this hour. >> thank you very much. >>> four minutes after the hour. it's monday, to let's bring in donald trump. you okay? >> good morning. yes. >> first off, i think we have a plan coming out of washington that's going to help us get young people to sign up. let's listen to ezekiel emmanuel. >> no one has launched a big pr campaign to get these people signed up because of the problems with the federal web site. we are about to launch a big pr campaign and that, i think, is going to persuade a lot of people to sign up. >> good move? >> no pr campaign is going to work. the product is no good. it's too ex opinionsive. your deductibles are huge and it's not a workable product. just something that is a disaster. you don't have your own doctors anymore. people are going out to their doctor. their doctor is throwing them out of their office. it's all based on lies. so many lies having to do with obamacare. it was fraudulent to bring it in the first place. he
. in the president's defense or just for all of us, we need to really think about how much do we want the government to do? we want the government to protect us? we want the government to provide for free trade and economic freedom? then you have all the other things that we have added on it, food protection, water protection, new government investments into going to space or finding new energy? >> but i think if you go back in history and would he go wind-i rewind it, social security and medicare big government programs that i think a lot of people really like. >> i'm from wyoming and the west and i would tell you you can find the most conservative rancher who will tell you that he wants less of this and less of that but don't you dare touch his social security or medicare. i don't think that's what conservatives are asking to do. no one is saying let's get rid of social security and medicare. what they are saying is there are better ways to make the wealthiest pay a little bit more or receive less benefits in the long run to make these programs being sustainable for the longer run. ronald samuelso
the department of defense was run as efficiently as this. our deficit would be much lower. but among snap households with at least one working age nondisabled adult, more than half work. more than half work. and more than 80% work in the year before or after receiving snap. now, the legislation that the house republican leadership rammed through this congress and is now part of a negotiation on the farm bill, would cut the program by close to $40 billion. that would result in nearly four million americans losing access to snap next year, including working families with children, seniors, and veterans. nearly 170,000 veterans would lose their benefits. in addition, 210,000 children and these families would also lose free school meals. these cuts would come on top of the significant benefit reduction already experienced by all snap recipients as a result of the american recovery act moneys running out. and i would say to my colleagues that cut that went into effect on november 1 means is that the average family of four would see a reduction of about $36 per month in their snap benefit. we a
and strategy at the white house. defensive to offensive and reaction from republican kevin mccarthy. >> the more american learns of the plan the more they are opposed to it and that is why republicans are fighting for a patient driven health care system. system. and to keep our commitments. and we've made a big commitment to america. bp supports nearly 250,000 jobs here. through all of our energy operations, we invest more in the u.s. than any other place in the world. in fact, we've invested over $55 billion here in the last five years - making bp america's largest energy investor. our commitment has never been stronger. >> dense fog causing a disaster on a highway in belgium with more than vehicles involved in three separate pile-ups. one driver killed and several others injured. >> union leaders are going to court after detroit was ruled to go ahead with the bankruptcy planned and now the city has the right to cut pensions for thousands of retirees. look at the numbers folks: they are facing a crushing level of debt. $18-$20 billion. budget deficit $380 million. 17.7% unemploym
this on stupid projects. >> it's not just this web site. the department of defense spent a billion dollars on baby site that after 10 years they concluded did not work. they called it a disaster. there is no accountability for. this in the private sector this healthcare.gov would cost about $50 million. that is less than 1/10th of what your viewers paid for this web site that doesn't work. >> how do you stop it from happening tomorrow on a new contract? >> better bidding, stop rewarding. >> they don't care. >> political donors. there are a number of remedies congress has at its disposal. we had hearing on some of them yesterday. the ultimate remedy, i think, greta, is elections. my fear is that we have come to expect so little from government that we're really not surprised that something doesn't work and we're not surprised that it comes in over budget. if we don't get that fixed, forget about the web site. if we don't fix the trust, we're not going to make as it a republic. >> congressman, always nice to see unchts yes, ma'am. you too. >> coming up, mayor giuliani about the new numbers j
the establishment of an east china sea air defense at innovation -- identification zone. this appears to be provocative attempt to change the status quo in east. >> we go live to the house. --the republic of korea votes on postpone questions will be taken later. for what purpose of the gentlemen of texas seek recognition? --i moved to pass the bill the space launch extension act. >> the title of the bill -- >> a bill to extend the application of certain space launch liability provisions through 2014. >> pursuant to the rule, the government -- the gentlemen from texas and the gentlewoman from texas will be controlled 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from texas. >> we have five adjustment of days to revise or extend the remarks into include material on hr-3527. >> the gentleman is recognized. >> the bill we consider today provides the stability for nations provider so they can remain competitive in the international market. the bill extends the existing system that requires commercial launch providers to purchase insurance up to the maximum probable loss. it provides that
of the question. can you talk about the obligation of the president to defend defense of marriage act replace it to be unconstitutional? >> yes. i think -- i agree that the president should only very, very rarely and with extremely good reason declined to defend a law in court. and i've written about that, and i think it's hard to fault with the president did in the case of doma. he concluded with very good recent there was simply no argument that could justify, justify doma. he notified the congress of this decision. he continued to enforce the he invited congress to intervene in litigation to present at that point of view. and ultimate the supreme court vindicated his judgment. so it seems to me it's very difficult to complain -- to blame everyone on all sides of these debates, and in both parties agree is that it contemplates the president may decline to enforce a law which he concludes in a responsible it is unconstitutional. >> the gentleman's time has expired. spent i ask unanimous consent to introduce into the record the letter i refer to. >> without objections order. the gentleman fro
the terms of the cold war and, finally, the idea of the missile defense which has the one great advantage to us today and at the time so scared the soviets that it really led to their giving up on the race with us in the cold war. and realizing they had no chance of winning. which led to the most remarkable event of our lifetime, an event of biblical proportions, which was the collapse of the soviet union and the conquest of communism without a shot fired. and that was sort of the core of the 980s -- 1980s, that is what history will remember the '80s for. and again, as i say, i write in the introduction of the book in trying to trace my evolution from left to right that was the essence of my leaving the democratic party, because you remember a lot of young people today do not. in the 1970s there was a very strong conservative element in the democratic party. they were known as national security democrats or cold war liberals in the tradition of truman, kennedy, humphrey and scoop jackson who happened to have been my great political hero in my 20s, in my youth. in facting when scoop -- in
criminal defense work and i would never go to a prosecutor and say, i want you to contact the entire class of which my client belongs. the prosecutor would look at me and say, are you insane. i am not congress. in terms of where we go from here, i'm not too sure. the concern i have is that this body is being circumvented and being denied the ability to enforce its inherent powers. many of these questions are not close any president is outside of the line. it has to go in front of a court and the court has to grant reviews. that is where we have this most serious constitutional crisis. this body is becoming less and less relevant. --i will recommen acknowledge ms. jackson lee. >> i want to thank the witnesses. whenever they come before our body, it is valuable and we trust your judgment. we disagree to vigorously. let me say what mr. lazarus .poke of and let me cite him makewaste is what this hearing creates. mr. turley has suggested that this body is on the verge of a basis of the relevancy. leadership,he house we have passed no legislation for the president to implement. we have not passe
of our defense against global warming. that theonderful thing pacific northwest is blessed by this. some people say it rains in seattle, doesn't it? yes, it rains in seattle, but we get trees like this. there is always a bright side to the clouds. it is an honor to be able to share this piece of our stay with you. congress has earned a reputation for not being able to play nice with one another, but doc is a republican and i am a democrat. this shows it is possible to do something nice together. it was a pleasure working with dock. our -- with doc. our country is united on many matters. justice, freedom, caring for our seniors, giving our children a better future. chris's is really about children. it is about a new child that came into the -- christmas is really about children. it is about a new child that came into the world and it is a symbol and a model of what we hope our children will get. they will learn to preserve the things that are great and learn to take care of their families. i hope this tree will remind us call to feed the the the needy. it is a tree that reminds us of that
to let people know i am a great person and a sweetheart. if you cross me, i am very defensive. i like to protect my family and anyone i consider family so then you will see the harder side of me when it comes to my son and family i am such a mush. stuart: i want you to tell us how you convert your parents on reality tv, how do you convert that into real money, what are you doing? >> my sister, jennifer, the creator and executive producer of "mob wives," it is all about her for me. i have the store, my dress line, and jewelry. stuart: that is your line of clothing. it is delightful, by the way. a very specific style for you. >> it is online. hopefully it will be a store, but right now it is online. stuart: so you're branching out from the store to what else? >> i have two books. it is called how to use a meat cleaver. it is a family cookbook. charles: the question would be have you ever used a meat cleaver. >> i was inspired by a meat cleaver. to chop up a lobster, absolutely. my father's home. stuart: he was in prison. your ex-husband is in prison? >> my ex-husband is somewhere, from
attention both internally and extern externally from attackers. stuart: a word of defense for obamacare's website we had a report today that j.p. morgan's website was hacked and 465,000 pre-paid credit card accounts were hacked into. serious stuff in a private enterprise company. so we're not dealing with something that's easy to protect here? >> no, sir, no, sir, this is a very difficult proposition. fundamentally you're saying, i want millions of people to put their information in for a larger good, right? we want people to have a better quality of life here having access to health care, a noble goal, however, it's a risky proposition the way they're doing it by creating a website that's by design accessible to everyone in the united states. stuart: alex mcgeorge, thank you for joining us. >> my pleasure. stuart: and then we have ron burgundy and he's taking over the airwaves and his movie doesn't hit theaters for two weeks. my take on a marketing and entertainment phenom >> do you want my autograph? >> no, he was explaining who you were and i was looking at you. [laughter] is that wh
times? >> there were 58,000 documents. >> in the public interest's defense, not journalism but to sort of those going through the foreshadowing, but there was -- >> there were conversations with the cabinet secretary which led me to think it was wise to share this material. >> the ceremony that took place in your basement when the secret service attended, how many was that? >> there were two from the cghq side and two or three from the guardian. >> you break out the hard disks? >> harder to break than you might think. >> and black and decker. >> was there any point in that exercise if you have the documents to punish them? >> the serious point is this. i was completely clear with the secretary that there were copies elsewhere and the destruction of these computers was not worth reporting. i think they still went ahead and -- >> did it with black and decker, i think as i said this was a hard choice for the government. they were balancing a free press with security. the point was that the alternative, criminalize these all you like and try to take some out of it. the next ed snowden, the
't get the same level after which the defense department today which is got to a minimum of $200 billion a year of institutionalized waste. it's true across the whole system. everyplace you turn, our estimate is medicaid medicare we are between 70-$110 billion paid the crooks every year. this begins to be real money on a big scale. it also sickens the whole system. you look around you said i could be an honest doctor or i could be rich. gee, i think i'll just rip off the government for a few months. it's really dangerous to the very fabric of our society. but there's a secondary part. which nobody was fast enough asking which will be coming up over and over. i should mention in passing precommercial absorbing in passing precommercial uncertainty raise it on crossfire for any of the would like to watch but it's on cnn, 6:30 p.m. eastern time five nights a week. [applause] >> but here's the question which want to ask all of those supporters to come on board, if the federal government document says is such a total mess, that you couldn't work a website, why would you think you could run the
leader know that will be our position. in addition, i do not see on there the defense authorization bill. i know that's not the majority leader's -- we passed the defense authorization bill through here. i'm hopeful that the senate will move on that. intelligence authorization. the senate has passed, mr. speaker, a comprehensive immigration reform bill. they passed it with 68 votes. we are very disappointed on this side of the aisle that either the senate bill has not been put on the floor. our bill, h.r. 15, which is a bipartisan bill which there are republican sponsors of that bill, or a bill that has -- one of the bills, one of the four bills that's been reported out of the committee which was supported by the republican party in the judiciary committee and reported out four bills, they have not been brought to the floor. we believe that comprehensive immigration reform is a critically important action for this congress to take this year, now. we have options available. we would hope that any one of those four -- three options would be brought to the table, or if you count four bills,
in advance medicaid funding. that is the amount of cuts to the defense budget for the sequester. it is just initial discussions. at the end of the day obama care is not working well. the website will eventually get up and running at the end of the day. those kind of problems will continue no matter what happens on the budget discussion. our other republicans of your mindset or with many of them tried to do what we saw a few months ago? guest: the sequester is the big issue. that was small budget costs -- what it cuts. -- budget cuts. if we can maintain those cuts, that is a step in the right direction and if we can do something about rolling back obama care, we will see some progress. there are enrollment error stories, talking about the number signing up. what are your concerns on the technical aspect of the website? guest: it is not a failed website, it is a failed health care approach. can washington improve our health care system? they are welcome to. are the white house as they operating with free-market efficiency, i think he admitted that maybe the government should not be running th
of the question, as you may know i do criminal defense work. i would never go to prosecute and say i want your prosecutorial discretion to say that the entire class of which my client belongs cannot be subject to this law because prosecutors look at me and say, are you insane? i am not congress. so i wouldn't even raise the question. in terms of where we go from here, i'm not too sure because the great concern i have for this body is that it's not only being circumvented, but it is also being denied the ability to enforce its inherent powers. many of these questions are not close in my view. at present is outside the line. but it has to go in front of the court and the court has to grant review. and that's what we have the most series constitutional crisis iv in my lifetime. and that is, this body becoming less and less relevant. >> with that i would recognize the gentlelady from texas, ms. jackson lee. >> i think the majority and minority, mr. conyers, for holding is to let me thank the witnesses. whenever witnesses come before our body, it is of course valuable, and we trust your judgment. a
tensions, that he is critical of the air defenses own, trying to leave room for talks. tell us about what is going on here and what your take on it is. guest: the chinese administration has told our thetary tour -- to ignore commercial airliner that you are flying in on that you have to take into account, responding to the chinese -- i am not sure exactly how it works. is notitary side recognizing it. china is going to try to put themselves in the south china sea, exhorting themselves over japan and our allies in that region and i think we need to stop it. we have been talking about china since i have been in congress, wanting to expand, and that is what is happening right now. i think they will push a little bit further and a little bit further every time. once again, this is much harder than the iran deal. china is a huge part of our economy and they are becoming more westernized and more capitalistic aisle at the same time building their military up in a way where it is purely targeted at the american military. in aing their military up protective way against everybody , but also speci
and defensive about the idea that they quote, unquote, need a man in their lives. and what happens is that oftentimes those same young women change their minds down the road, give them ten or 15 years, and the world looks very different in your 30s and 40s. so all the women pretty much over 30 are very happy and supportive of my message and i get all kinds of accolades and then the younger people really ball me out for lack of a better way of putting it. and i'm concerned. i think that that's a very dangerous place for them to be setting up thinking so negatively about men and marriage, only to find that it's going to affect the way they're making their plans down the road. >> where did that come from? feminists or where? >> yeah. it comes from the culture and it comes from their upbringing, having heard from a lot of moms from the '60s especially, that you should never depend on a man and make your way in life and it's all fine and great to be self-sufficient. i'm all about self-sufficiency. but if you're looking for lasting love or for marriage and by the way, i'm not suggesting
tecce, former federal prosecutor with us. arthur aidala, former prosecutor and defense attorney and fox news analyst. legally is there a recourse here and they're diplomats and they are protectd? >> unfortunately they are not. government spent a bunch of money going after bunch of diplomats and jeopardized our relationship with russia. it is horrible thing they took million dollars worth of taxpayer money and why did the u.s. attorney's office and department of justice use all this money to prosecute these guys? the obama administration wasted millions of dollars advertising obamacare. it doesn't make any sense to me. jenna: why follow the charges if there is no way to follow through on them or is there? >> only legitimate reason to think of to get the fraud to stop. you can make it stop without presenting indictments to the grand jury and do all the other stuff. jenna: arthur, do you agree with that. >> i think preet bharara, the u.s. attorney is confronted, he get as case. probably has a crop tatetores. says this is what is going on. here is blatant fraud. here is blatant ripping off
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